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Digital Piano from Roland belonging to the EP series.

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  • abiratoabirato

    Roland EP-9ePublished on 07/03/08 at 12:53
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    How many octaves?

    88 keys - semi-weighted keys

    How many sounds effects available? Are ditables?

    2 pianos (GOOD: glossy and soft) - EPiano (plutt variet that synth rhodes) - organ (of church) - vibration (ok) - choir (gadget) and strings (wire)
    dmo
    4-track recordings
    Chorus / rverb
    2 headphones facade (IDAL for piano lessons)

    non ditable

    What connection (Audio, MIDI pedals ...)?

    MIDI in / out, output to, 2 pedals (damper / soft) in jacks, 2 headphone outputs

    Qualitprix the best for this type of piano I think.

    UTILIZATION

    - The touch keyboard is it enjoyable? Should you use?

    Yes unparalleled for the price

    - The configuration gnrale Is it easy?

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    How many octaves?

    88 keys - semi-weighted keys

    How many sounds effects available? Are ditables?

    2 pianos (GOOD: glossy and soft) - EPiano (plutt variet that synth rhodes) - organ (of church) - vibration (ok) - choir (gadget) and strings (wire)
    dmo
    4-track recordings
    Chorus / rverb
    2 headphones facade (IDAL for piano lessons)

    non ditable

    What connection (Audio, MIDI pedals ...)?

    MIDI in / out, output to, 2 pedals (damper / soft) in jacks, 2 headphone outputs

    Qualitprix the best for this type of piano I think.

    UTILIZATION

    - The touch keyboard is it enjoyable? Should you use?

    Yes unparalleled for the price

    - The configuration gnrale Is it easy?

    on / off

    - The select MIDI channels, patches is easy?

    plug and play - Excellent keyboard matre (such FP80)

    - The manual is clear and sufficient?

    yes

    SOUNDS

    - The sounds they agree your style of music?

    yes it is a piano to the piano
    (Personal: Jazz, Gypsy, show)

    - Are they ralistes?

    Yes for pianos.

    - The effects are they effective and responsive?

    I do not like the chorus in gnral - rverb trs own

    - The expression is good? (Raction VLOC the aftertouch)?

    Trs good (not great but - above: there is a upright piano or more), as well rgl for his own sound (the musicians are surprised enjoyable trs)

    - What are the sounds you prfrez, you dtest?

    Piano - others are useless I can not understand why they put them. I put 7 as there are Steinway / Rhodes trs virtual good. And now I have my RP-X even if the sound of Roland's really full and good rponse Submitted: just big criticism of the hamon and the heat / round wood. But it is also old (technology)!

    OVERALL OPINION

    - How long have you use it?
    two years (before ep7e idem in touch lightweight 76-key)

    - What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    its pianos, touch dynamic, two pedals possible, pregnant intgres ok and weight 11kg

    - Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

    Yes and I do not touch molasson other so-called touch piano with hammers, etc. (including Yamaha) or dry (even brutal) of korg ... I have not tried out hammers Most recent internship or other keyboard but have not convinced me (Studiologic SL990, FP8, Korg C-30, Clavinova, Yamaha last NP, M-Audio ...): all between 500 and 1500 (average 900 for something that holds up to APRS advice gnraux). I prfre a good keyboard support themselves plutt prtentieux a keyboard that does not keep its promises. around 2000, Kawai MP8 or only gem PM3 seem to be touching crdibles level piano (not tried), APRS, it is more expensive. The SL990, M-Audio KSP88 or other graded / balanced hammer is soft and slow, and attack the VLOC hazardous ... I do not know what VMK is a 188 but I'm afraid I saw the Fatar essay. There are also Doepfer (which look great ... expensive) ... even if the keyboard and are provided by Fatar Doepfer (I understand) but opinions are enthusiastic, know not only is the triple or even quadruple the price (1200/2400). Beware the Fatar mcanique: DIFFERENT types sold diffrent brands: vrifier well. It is said that on AudioFanzine "great touch" of Fatar is close to a piano (Doepfer, VMK SERIES) but what a complexity to get a notice with the lack of info!

    But beware: the ep9e possde sounds and HP jack inputs and outputs and MIDI in / out! This is not a simple keyboard matre!

    When will a real piano portable and enjoyable end to the touch, with pots, knobs and 4 sounds piano/rhodes/clavinet/B3 crdibles all lightweight? That's why I find the place ep9e that price the (500).

    I'll be more on my prcis sensations of touch:
    Touch ballast semi-heavy (watch for a lightweight semi-weighted) with a good momentum and good rponse (attack / VLOC. Keys IMMEDIATE sink and come back quickly, no spring effect or sensation of floating on the attack (button presses). sufficiently sensitive to the subtleties of the game should I play (jazz / gypsy / rock 60's / 40's standards). No / No Resistors beginners to the driving and assault (on a piano, the attack happens when the hammer strikes and you just push a button Fully slowly with no sound so). It is the only some are surprised by the lgret but it's not a false Resistors and not a button Scheer (or old korg kawai left me this impression).

    - How do you report qualitprix?

    It is the bat that everyone, half the price of an equivalent MODEL see even less! (In addition to other models often heavier). it is transported easily (as plutt 11kg 15kg), because we often forget the accessories (amp, effects, sound ...) ncssaires matres for keyboards. But carry around too!

    - With the exprience, you do again this choice

    Absolutely, do not ask the moon, the harmonic finesse the sound of hammers and the heat but it is much better than anything I could get under the fingers below 1500 (nine).

    To summarize:
    A 88 keys, lightweight (even in bandoulire is doing another thing with your hand if so!), Semi-dynamic touch ballast to piano, to lead a good sound and rhodes organ. Ideal for scne, rp computer music ... trs piano sound correct and good connections ...

    Listen to my http://www.myspace.com/tasarexprience
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